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Protect Your Brand: A 6-Step Guide by Tina Gehres of @Business_attys

by Tina Gehres Branding is essential for every business in every industry. Often overlooked yet equally important, however, is protecting the brand that you pour time, energy, and resources into creating. While many aspects of a brand are intangible or conceptual, there are tangible assets to safeguard. Don’t let your identity and competitive edge be […]

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Help! How To Get Back Your Stolen Content by @samvwllc

by Sam Vander Wielen | Featured Contributor Hi friends! So imagine you just spent all this time writing, re-writing, and perfecting your amazing blog post, email sequence, or freebie. You send it out into the universe and then BOOM! You’re the victim of stolen content. You find out someone else up and took your content, […]

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The 2 Most Important Ways You Can Legally Protect Your Business by @hyggewellness

by Sam Vander Wielen | Featured Contributor Hey friends! I hope you enjoyed my last post on the 7 Ways To Protect Your Business and Website! I’m back this month helping you understand the two major areas of your business that need some legal coverage: your website and your “relationships”. I know this legal stuff can […]

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7 Ways To Protect Your Business and Website by @hyggewellness

by Sam Vander Wielen | Featured Contributor Hi friends! I help women entrepreneurs protect themselves and their businesses with DIY legal templates and resources. If you’re a coach, entrepreneur, or creative with a website, you need to think about whether you’re protecting yourself and your business online. I know this stuff gets super confusing. But […]

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Copyright: Avoiding Copycats … and Avoiding Being One by @LegallySavvySBO

by Susan Burns | Featured Contributor  One area of the law that has become significantly LESS complicated over the last 35 years is copyright law. Even though it is much easier to comply, it is an area where  even the most experienced business owners make mistakes. Learn how you can easily avoid two of those mistakes: Incorrect copyright […]

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Can You Sue a Customer For Leaving a Bad Review? by @deborahsweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Do people love you on Yelp? Hopefully they do, since 90% of consumers who read online reviews say they influence buying decisions. A recent study from Cornell also found that people who read online reviews normally perceive them as an objective factor in their decision-making; despite the fact the […]

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Hiring a Summer Intern? Here is What You Should Know by @deborahsweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Good news internship fans – a recent ruling by the US Appeals Court in Manhattan re-affirmed the legality of unpaid internships last week, knocking back a 2013 decision that the interns for certain media companies were due compensation because the businesses benefited from their work. Personally, I’ve always recommended […]

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How to (Legally) Run a Summer Business by @deborahsweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Summer is literally right around the corner, and it seems that warm weather and entrepreneurialism go hand-in-hand. Every summer, without fail, I hear about all sorts of new business ideas and ventures popping up. Unfortunately, these businesses are often seen as side-projects, so only a few of summer’s new entrepreneurs […]

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What Small Business Owners Need to Know About Tax Extensions by @deborahsweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor  Tax season is here, and there’s only about a month left until the April 15 filing deadline. With around 20-25% of tax-returns normally filed during the last two-weeks leading up to that date, there are still plenty of people scrambling to get everything in order. When you run a small […]

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New Year, New Tax Laws: How They May Affect Your Small Business

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor  Happy New Year! Hopefully you had a relaxing and calm holiday season, because January is going to be busy. Most of us still need to wrap up everything from last year, get all of our bookkeeping in order, prepare for the quarterly payment due January 15th, and then the […]

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